Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger told his players to be aware of Monaco's upset bid in their UEFA Champions League tie at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday.
The Gunners have yet to get past the Round of 16 in the last four seasons, suffering bitter defeats to fellow European soccer powerhouses Barcelona, AC Milan, and Bayern Munich, and they have a good chance at making it this time around against the French side.
Wenger, however, believed that it will still be an anybody's game. more >>
Answers in Genesis CEO and President Ken Ham has said that students in the western world who are taught only evolution and not creationism are being indoctrinated rather than given a proper education.
"Currently in the USA and virtually all the western world, students are just being taught one side of the story and teachers aren't even allowed to present the grave problems with evolution to their students! In reality, western public schools have told teachers that they must protect evolutionary naturalism. This is not education; this is indoctrination," Ham wrote on the AiG blog.
The creationist reflected on proposals made by Scottish Parliament Member John Mason, who has argued that since the belief that God created the world cannot be "proved or disproved by science," then it needs to be taught alongside evolution. more >>
The parents of three British teenagers feared to have fled the country to join ISIS have reached out on public TV, pleading for them to return home.
"What she's doing is completely nonsense," 15-year-old Amira Abase's father, Hussen, told CNN. "Remember how we love you. Your sister, brother, they cannot stop crying. We miss you."
Just shy of one week ago, Amira, Shamima Begum (15), and Kadiza Sultana (16), left their homes under the guise of going to school, but never returned. Instead, they flew from London to Istanbul, where they were supposed to transfer and go to Syria to meet up with ISIS recruiters. Due to an epic snowstorm, the flight to Syria was cancelled, giving authorities more time to try and locate the girls. more >>
Kendall Jenner was reportedly bullied by fellow models over social media, prompting her fans to come to her defense.
Jenner was reportedly a victim of cyberbullying after two fellow models made fun of her on Instagram. The 19-year-old was recently photographed with fellow model Lexi Bolling at the Donna Karan – Vogue Germany show Monday, the photo appearing on Vogue Germany's Instagram feed.
Comments under the image showed Bolling, 21, who tagged her friend and fellow model, Binx Walton, 20, making fun of Jenner's appearance in the backstage photo. more >>
Preston North End goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann claimed that Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney apologized to him for what appeared to be a dive late in their FA Cup match on Monday night.
Rooney found himself on a one-on-one with Stuckmann inside the box for a chance to seal United's win over Preston at the latter's home turf in Deepdale. Stuckmann tried to sweep the ball from Rooney, but the latter fell down, leading to a foul by Stuckmann.
Replays showed, however, that Stuckmann did not commit the foul. The referee stood by his call, and Rooney struck the penalty that formalized United's 3-1 victory. more >>
A Greek church has claimed that a statue of Jesus Christ has been "weeping" in the form of an "oily liquid," ever since the left-wing political party Syriza won the elections at the end of January. Syriza's win meant that Alexis Tsipras, the party's leader, was sworn in as the first ever openly atheist prime minister of Greece.
Newsweek shared that Greek sources, such as Corinth TV and the Athens-Macedonian News Agency, have been reporting on the church of St. Nicholas in the village of Asprokampos, Corinthia, which is making the claims. more >>